BCN hotels put their losses in the last year and a half at 2,700 million

  • The president of the hotel union, Jordi Clos, calls to leave the “ugly and disorderly” city behind and accuses the city of Colau of championing the ‘no’ policy

Barcelona hotels encrypt its losses in the last year and a half, that is, since the pandemic arrived, at 2,700 million euros. This was explained this Thursday by the president of the Gremi d’Hotels de Barcelona, ​​Jordi Clos, who has reviewed the situation in the sector and has charged against the management of the Barcelona City Council.

Clos has explained that heThe average occupancy of hotel establishments this summer was 50% on average (30% in June, 55% in July and 65% in August), with 60% of the hotels open. Prices, according to the union, have fallen 40% in the last 18 months, reports ACN.

The president of the union has been resounding in criticizing the management of the mayor, Ada Colau. He has called to leave behind the “ugly and messy Barcelona & rdquor; and has asked to “recover” the vision of ‘yes’ against the policy of ‘no’ of the city council. Clos has defended the expansion of the El Prat Airport.

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Darts to Colau

Clos has charged against some of Colau’s decisions at the head of the city, and has cited two specific cases: he has defended the possibility that the Catalan capital could host the Hermitage and has regretted that the hotel designed by Four Seasons was vetoed by the government of Barcelona en Comú when he arrived at the town hall. “We have to return to the Barcelona of the top 10 & rdquor ;, he warned.

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